Lorraine Chisholm

Podcast
Mar 28, 2006

New Orleans, 7 months after Katrina

Redeye
Tens of thousands of people went to New Orleans last month to celebrate Mardi Gras. Yet community groups there are fighting for basic infrastructure like schools and hospitals while streets of margina
Podcast
Mar 8, 2006

"See Hamas for what it is"

Redeye
This was the headline of an editorial published by the Globe and Mail on February 15. Samah Sabawi challenged the writer, Marcus Gee, on his sources for the article.
Podcast
Mar 3, 2006

Huge port expansion a concern for Vancouver's air quality

Redeye
A massive port expansion planned for Delta in the Lower Mainland will bring three times as many container vessels to the region. Ned Jacobs says Vancouver can ill afford the pollution that will follow
Podcast
Feb 19, 2006

It's not about free speech versus Islamic fundamentalism

Redeye
An in-depth conversation with essayist and author Rahat Kurd. A feminist and a Muslim, she has thought deeply about the furor over the Danish cartoons and reveals a lot more nuances in the situation t
Podcast
Feb 5, 2006

Vancouver at a transportation crossroads

Redeye
The provincial government announced plans this week to spend $2500 billion on highways in Greater Vancouver. Many fear this will turn Vancouver into a Los Angeles of the north.
Podcast
Jan 31, 2006

Iran: the growing crisis

Redeye
Dr. Ahmad Sadri, an Iranian professor now teaching in Chicago, unravels some of the dynamics driving the intensifying crisis between Iran and the USA.

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